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The Ink Discussion Thread

Discussion in 'Tools and tips' started by Enmity, Feb 3, 2008.

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  1. Bliu

    Bliu New Member

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    Could anyone help me, i would like to know if someone has a recipe for chrome ink they would like to share
     
  2. SozeyBoii

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    Oneshot sign painters paint thinned with xylene. Best silver paint you´ll ever make. You can thin it enough to flow through pump valve markers and still be opaque and it´s shiny asl and covers anything
     
  3. Bliu

    Bliu New Member

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    thanks
     
  4. now_graffiti

    now_graffiti New Member

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    So i thought it would be cool to make multi-colored ink, but how do i do so without the colors blending together and becoming brown?any ideas?
     
  5. Retard_Greg

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    Metallic silver paint, light wood stain, and a lil white dye.
     
  6. nZane

    nZane Senior Member

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    The only way i worked around that is to carry the second colour seperatley with you, fill the marker just with 1/4 with the original colour, then hit some walls with it and just before it goes dry you fill in the second one. Then after 3 or so more tags it will give you chance to do a couple ones where the colours are mixing and swapping places.
     
  7. The700Club

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  8. PickleJockey

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  9. PickleJockey

    PickleJockey New Member

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    Each color should have a different base (water based, oil based...) as long as they dont mix together
     
  10. StammaDaHammer

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    Does anyone know which stains harder, Molotow Speedflow or Coversall??

    Also, which of these dyes stain hardest out of Garvey, D'Inferno or Feibings?
     
  11. evajack

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    Exposure to aluminum is usually not harmful, but exposure to high levels can affect your health. Workers who breathe large amounts of aluminum dust can have lung problems, such as coughing or abnormal chest X-rays. Be careful!
     
  12. evajack

    evajack New Member

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    Speedflow is a hard staining and buttery ink that is good for mops and valve based
     
  13. evajack

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    To make a brown you mix a primary with its complementary color, so purple and yellow; blue and orange; or red and green. There is a diverse amount of Brown in nature. This color can be mixed with any other color.
     
  14. Replicant

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    Nobody needs to be a jerk for no reason..veteran or not. I hate elitist snobs who dog someone else out for no reason..ESPECIALLY on an internet thread where there anonymity and safety is ensured. Just a MODICUM of humility and goodwill towards anothers question, whether it be a "newbie" or otherwise apparently obvious question or not would speak volumes about character, of which apparently y have none. Just jumped on this site because of its wealth of opinions and knowledge..then BOOM...here comes Mr. I know everything and everyone else is beneath me. Christ...I would LOVE to meet y. Jackass
     
  15. BombingWriter12

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    does anyone use pilot ink in markers?ive never used it i have only had one marker and i got some krink ink
     
  16. Napo

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    Guys help!
    I want to mix up inks, i would like to try to mix marsh ink, with molotow coversall and garvey xt70 violet, but from all, garvey is hella expensive... Like insane, seen a 8oz for 50 bucks... that is too much. Is there something similar to garvey? Something that leave a ghost but needs to be mixed to work well outside?
    It is Nero d'inferno similar to Garvey XT70? Is there something similar to Garvey (very buff proff but not good with sunlight) but cheaper?
     
  17. SqudOner

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    I recommend picking up a bottle of Piolet ink from artprimo, than mix the full bottle into your marsh, that will stand up to the buff for quite awhile, have fun causing you city destruction
     
  18. MrSixes

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    That's a gratuitous use of the term buff isn't it..or am i not allowing for creative license.
     
  19. Nabru

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    He went and checked out Subway Art from the library.
     
  20. SqudOner

    SqudOner New Member

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    Damn, you can’t respond on a damn thing or else a language professor shows up, sometimes this community is fucking toxic.